Ford’s Sync app brings interactive internet into cars

Ford's Sync app for internet in Cars

At the CES 2010 Ford introduced the improvised Sync app using which you can check your Twitter, listen to Internet radio, check movie times and get free maps with turn-by-turn directions, using Sync’s voice commands or the 8-inch color touch-screen in the dashboard as shown above. All this is available in Ford’s cars shipping this Spring.
The Sync app supports over 1000 voice commands and in the future there are also plans to wirelessly bring street directions and other information to its cars. There is also a provision of a profile for anyone who drives the Car and the profile is fully customisable better called MyFord! Read more here.

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